|1.Written guidance etc. for public authorities
|The Human Rights Act 1998guidance for Departments
|3,500 copies distributed, and to every Department in soft copy. Also accessible on website
||Second revision due February 2002.|
|The Human Rights ActA new era of rights and responsibilitiesCore guidance for public authorities|
|9,000 copies and to every Department in soft copy. Also accessible on website
|Introductory guide for public authorities|
|Over 200,000 copies issued. Also accessible on website
|Guide for "hybrid" bodies in the private and voluntary sectors|
|7,500 copies issued. Also accessible on website
|Three Human Rights Task Force Newsletters|
|20, 000 copies of each edition. Also accessible on website
2.Written guidance etc. for the public
|Introduction to the Human Rights Act|
|More than 2 million copies in 13 languages. Also accessible on website.
|Study Guide to the Human Rights Act (in conjunction with the Bar Council)|
|250,000 copies printed. Also accessible on website
||Revision due by Easter 2002|
|Over 8,000 "hits" a week
||Copy of Home Page attached as Annex E.
|Open to public and public authorities. Around 40 e-mails a month.
|Open to public and public authorities. Around 120 calls a month.
6.Distribution centre and response line (dedicated number for publications)
|Freephone number. Around 370 calls and over 3,000 items dispatched each month.
7.Contributions to training seminars and conferences
|HRD supplies speakers on request, subject to availability.
||Approximately 20 engagements since October 2000.
|On demand. Open to public authorities, private and voluntary organisations, academics and lawyers.
||Aim to achieve maximum "spread". Events held in Gateshead, Exeter and Canterbury, and planned for Bristol, Birmingham and Liverpool
|Contribute to QCA work to introduce Citizenship as a National Curriculum subject.|
|Secondary schools in England from Sept 2002.
||HRD key consultees|
|Sponsorship of new Youth Citizenship Awards Scheme piloted from January, to be introduced in September 2002|
|Schools and youth organisations from across the UK
||With the Citizenship Foundation and the Institute for Global Ethics UK Trust.
|Sponsorship of revision and distribution of the Young Citizens Passport.|
|All school leavers in September 2001.
||With the Citizenship Foundation.|
10.Internal services within Government
|Government Departments and agencies||See memorandum for further details